Premier League

Premier League top scorers: 2022/23 Golden Boot race

Erling Haaland has already hit the ground running in the Premier League
Erling Haaland has already hit the ground running in the Premier League / Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/GettyImages
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The race to win the Premier League Golden Boot in 2022/23 is on, with Manchester City's Erling Haaland the player to catch after a blistering start to his career in England.

Mohamed Salah and Son Heung-min, last year's joint winners, are other names you'd expect to be in contention, while Harry Kane, Aleksandar Mitrovic and Ivan Toney are three players who got off to scintillating starts of their own.

Thierry Henry has won the most Golden Boot awards in Premier League history (4), ahead of Salah, Kane and Alan Shearer (3).

*Stats updated as of 18/09/2022 (20:00 BST)


Premier League top scorers 2022/23

1. Erling Haaland (Man City)

Erling Haaland
Haaland is the clear favourite for the Golden Boot / Michael Regan/GettyImages

Goals: 14
Assists: 3
Minutes per goal: 48
Shots to goals conversion rate: 45%

2. Harry Kane (Tottenham)

Goals: 7
Assists: 1
Minutes per goal: 101
Shots to goals conversion rate: 37%

3. Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham)

Goals: 6
Assists: 0
Minutes per goal: 111
Shots to goals conversion rate: 21%

4. Roberto Firmino (Liverpool)

Goals: 5
Assists: 3
Minutes per goal: 84
Shots to goals conversion rate: 38%

5. Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal)

Goals: 5
Assists: 3
Minutes per goal: 139
Shots to goals conversion rate: 23%

6. Phil Foden (Man City)

Goals: 5
Assists: 2
Minutes per goal: 121
Shots to goals conversion rate: 25%

7. James Maddison (Leicester)

Goals: 5
Assists: 2
Minutes per goal: 125
Shots to goals conversion rate: 33%

8. Ivan Toney (Brentford)

Goals: 5
Assists: 2
Minutes per goal: 144
Shots to goals conversion rate: 25%

9. Leandro Trossard (Brighton)

Goals: 5
Assists: 1
Minutes per goal: 117
Shots to goals conversion rate: 45%

10. Rodrigo (Leeds)

Rodrigo Moreno
Rodrigo enjoyed a fast start to the season / Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/GettyImages

Goals: 4
Assists: 1
Minutes per goal: 107
Shots to goals conversion rate: 29%

11. Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace)

Goals: 4
Assists: 0
Minutes per goal: 133
Shots to goals conversion rate: 36%

12. Alexis Mac Allister (Brighton)

Goals: 4
Assists: 0
Minutes per goal: 158
Shots to goals conversion rate: 44%

13. Marcus Rashford (Man Utd)

Goals: 3
Assists: 2
Minutes per goal: 194
Shots to goals conversion rate: 38%

14. Pascal Gross (Brighton)

Goals: 3
Assists: 2
Minutes per goal: 202
Shots to goals conversion rate: 43%

15. Luis Diaz (Liverpool)

Goals: 3
Assists: 1
Minutes per goal: 191
Shots to goals conversion rate: 23%

16. Son Heung-min (Tottenham)

Son Heung-min, Pierre-Emile Højbjerg
Son was last season's joint Golden Boot winner / Visionhaus/GettyImages

Goals: 3
Assists: 1
Minutes per goal: 198
Shots to goals conversion rate: 19%

17. Raheem Sterling (Chelsea)

Goals: 3
Assists: 1
Minutes per goal: 202
Shots to goals conversion rate: 33%

18. Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal)

Goals: 3
Assists: 1
Minutes per goal: 231
Shots to goals conversion rate: 17%

19. Callum Wilson (Newcastle)

Goals: 3
Assists: 0
Minutes per goal: 104
Shots to goals conversion rate: 30%

20. Martin Odegaard (Arsenal)

Goals: 3
Assists: 0
Minutes per goal: 192
Shots to goals conversion rate: 30%

21. Miguel Almiron (Newcastle)

Goals: 3
Assists: 0
Minutes per goal: 223
Shots to goals conversion rate: 30%

22. Bernardo Silva (Man City)

Goals: 2
Assists: 4
Minutes per goal: 271
Shots to goals conversion rate: 40%

23. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)

Mohamed Salah
Salah is still finding his feet / Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/GettyImages

Goals: 2
Assists: 3
Minutes per goal: 315
Shots to goals conversion rate: 11%

24. Grant Xhaka (Arsenal)

Goals: 2
Assists: 3
Minutes per goal: 359
Shots to goals conversion rate: 29%

25. Anthony Martial (Manchester United)

Goals: 2
Assists: 1
Minutes per goal: 38
Shots to goals conversion rate: 100%


Who won the Premier League Golden Boot in 2021/22?

The Premier League Golden Boot was shared for the 2021/22 campaign, with Mohamed Salah and Son Heung-min of Liverpool and Tottenham respectively netting 23 times each in the top flight.

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